Tuesday News Roundup

Tuesday News Roundup

Top News from Friday to Today

The 5 hottest DeFi projects to watch In Asia. http://yhoo.it/3leV3SG

$50 Billion in cryptocurrency left China amid escalating trade wars. https://bit.ly/2YN0ijd

China’s blockchain service network to launch stablecoin support in 2021. https://bit.ly/2CZwl7M

?Exchange and Investment News

Bitcoin macro trend unaffected by Chinese investors’ $50B Tether Exodus. https://bit.ly/2Qiq9uC

Hong Kong may soon have its first fully licensed cryptocurrency exchange: OSL Digital Securities, which on Friday received a landmark approval-in-principal from the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC). https://bit.ly/3ldQN67


Hong Kong newspaper published full-page Bitcoin ad as banks broaden scrutiny. https://bit.ly/2YvlWIe

‘Bitcoin will never ditch you’ ad tells HK’s Apple daily readers. https://bit.ly/3gssEF6

Backing the development of Bitcoin core infrastructure for ‘sound’ money. https://bit.ly/2Eyrz1c

? Business

The blockchain startup from Taiwan, Lootex, recently announced a partnership with Taiwan’s indie game developer Digital Crafter for the first joint project of the game Fight of Animals. Fight of Animals is a limited edition 3D virtual figure and a digital collectible made via blockchain technology. https://bit.ly/3lcZoG5


Japan’s Finance Minister: Blockchain can help in fight against COVID. https://bit.ly/2EtJyGm

China’s digital yuan trials reportedly limited to small retail transactions. https://bit.ly/31uT05r

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